What are the subject that attract you more on hubpages?
I love to write about what I like and feel but also like to be read and commented to improve my writing and interact. So, tell me. Love and peace...good week.
I am not inspired about any specific subject. Instead I find my nuggets of gold in hub hopping. If its well written and grabs me quickly then I want to find out more about the writer.
I like Hubpages solely because of the many subject I get to read about here. But off the top of my head, I specially pay attention to hubs related to the Internet and technology, as those are the areas my professional interests belong to.
I'm mostly interested in creating the most original subjects for hubs possible.
I do get sometimes truly amazed at the subjects other's explore - but I'm here for me first, as I've got to make some money. I only hope to benefit my readers in some kind of way along the way.
I like a bunch of different topics. But I would have to say politics and historical hubs keep me the most interested.
i love to write about technology, computer, mobile phones and software. I personally dont have any special subject as i like to read almost everything i set my eyes on, along the way after reading the first hub from a author if he/she grabs my attention, then i will surely want to read more of hi/her work, by doing this i will also say i lov reading personality.
I'm a very practical type of person so I like hubs which help teach something specific... a new skill, or a faster way of doing something, or whatever. I also like stuff that deals with etiquette and/or how to handle sticky situations. Something that answers a question, even if the question is theoretical, is also something I'm drawn to.
However I'm not the type of person who would read (or write) something like "A stroll in the woods on an autumn day" or "Poem about my husband" or something like that. Don't get me wrong, plenty of other people may be drawn to a very reflective style of writing... but not me.
I love top ten subjects. Top 10 summer reads, top 10 US restaurants, Top 10 summer movies, Top 10 anything really.
Personal health-care, Developing Hobbies and Help topics on Day-to-Day activities.
You and I follow each other Nia, so you kind of know what interests me- comic book related stuff, religion, family. Basically, anything that can broaden my horizons or teach me something new is good reading for me. There is a LOT of poetry on HP (some good, some not-so-good) and I would guess that whenever a contest rolls around with a specific theme (like the plumber one coming up) it is a popular topic (and can win you some money$!).
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I am still trying to make some decent money here because my monthly earnings are still down and dropping. So I thought I would ask for suggestions here for subjects that are known as good moneymakers. I want to see if I can write good enough hubs to generate the money. I don't care about what the...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I have worked in the past with the idea that "variety is the spice of life" and that the more subjects I write about the more knowledgeable I would appear so I have hubs on many different subjects. You can read about UFOs, philosophy, conspiracies, travel, fashion, underwear, wild...
by Volitans 6 years ago
Do you specialize in one subject on HubPages or try to cover many subjects?When coming up with topics for Hubs, do you mostly stick to the same subject, or do you touch on a wide variety of different subjects?
by mariexotoni 24 months ago
What advice do you have for other hubbers?I'm just getting back into writing on HP, and it feels like idk how to write anymore. I'd like to reach $100/month- and of course, I'm sure others would. Do you have any advice in terms of SEO, writing, and topic selection that is relevant today?
by Migodden 7 years ago
How important do you think it is to like the subject you write about?How do you think it affects your income? personally i write about a huge vareity of topics and whenever i write about what i am passionate about the hub does much better.
by Tessa Schlesinger 6 months ago
Probably the best advice I could ever give anybody is not to write about what nobody cares about. So I was happy to see that the writing cooperative mentioned that in this article.https://writingcooperative.com/stop-wri … 09567c04f0The difficulty, of course, is knowing what people want to...
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